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A 48 year old male who is a heavy smoker presents to his GP as he has noticed his right eyelid is drooping. On examination there is ptosis of the right eye, right pupillary constriction and right sided anhidrosis. There are no other signs and his only other complaint is that of a smoker's cough. Which of the following investigations should initially be performed to establish the diagnosis?

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